More than 1000 users are registered at SCRYPTmail and approximately 30,000 emails have been sent and received.
Spokane, WA (PRWEB) March 30, 2015
The key difference, putting SCRYPTmail above from other email services, is the unique methods they use to protect users' communication. All users' email is stored encrypted on the server which guarantees protection against hackers or even data breaches.
When a user creates an account, it will generate a unique encryption key that is used to encrypt client communication and is not available to anyone else including SCRYPTmail. Utilizing such an approach alleviates the need to blindly trust a service to keep your data private.
All code for SCRYPTmail is publicly available for audit and relies upon open source libraries which handles all encryption. Another difference SCRYPTmail has is giving user the ability to generate a temporary email address. It works almost same way as craigslist which protects your original email by substituting it with a randomly generated one. It works with any service and doesn't have an expiration date.
SCRYPTmail's business model is based on freemium where you will be able to get a limited free account with basic protection and can upgrade for more features. Four months have elapsed since the service began operation. More than 1000 users are registered at SCRYPTmail and approximately 30,000 emails haven been sent and received.
To guarantee uninterrupted and responsive service for existing users, SCRYPTmail was forced to limit registration, and the waiting list keeps growing every day.